Someone said there's a dead horse around here that still needs to learn who's boss. It's no secret that Kellen Clemens never stood a chance against rookie Mark Sanchez in their quarterback competition this summer. But fans should wonder as to the true depth of the rabbit hole that houses the former second-round draft pick. The tale of Clemens received a final exclamation point on Thursday when New York Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum confirmed Brett Favre's claims of a smudged injury report. The Vikings QB discussed his torn biceps with the Minnesota media, forcing the NFL to investigate the Jets for not disclosing Favre's condition. As per league rules, the torn tendon should have been included on a weekly injury report. Tannenbaum says the team did not disclose the 39-year-old' ...
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